The world’s media has moved on but people in Sierra Leone are still living with the consequences of the most deadly outbreak of Ebola in history. This photo gallery by Hazel Healy provides a glimpse into how they are coping, two years on.
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UN peacekeeping is big business, but is it achieving its aims? asks Louisa Waugh.
Chris Brazier interviews Elleke Boehmer, Professor of World Literature in English at Oxford University.
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Seven years after the end of the civil war, Jo Eckersley and Ashwin Hemmathagama assess Sri Lanka’s progress.
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‘Libya needs to start again from scratch’: Interview with the President of the Amazigh Supreme Council
Khaire Elhamesi, the elected chair of Libya’s Amazigh representative body, explains to Karlos Zurutuza how to cope with the ongoing turmoil in the country.
Strange goings-on in the trial of indigenous protesters accused of killing police in Bagua. Roxana Olivera reports from the Peruvian Amazon.
Around the world, trade unions are facing fierce repression. But workers are still uniting to stand up for their rights and, in some cases, winning, from this month’s New Internationalist magazine.
The factory collapse in 2013 caused an international outcry – but have labour conditions improved? Thulsi Narayanasamy reports from Bangladesh.
Labour rights in post-socialist countries such as Russia, China and Vietnam are being fought for from outside, not within, official trade unions. Tim Pringle reports.
On this International Day of Democracy, Iris Gonzales reports on the heavy-handed campaign of the country’s president.
For International Day of Democracy, Iris Gonzales offers snap shots of the country’s corruption, poverty and drug war.